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Try holding down option and clicking on the sound icon in the menu bar at the top of the screen. It'll give you a few options you can tweak. My guess is that you're most likely AirPlaying your sound to muted speakers.
There is a small app that remaps bluetooth headset controls to media keys (those on the keyboard). Fixes this bug on Yosemite with Spotify, VLC, Amazon Cloud Player. https://github.com/jguice/mac-bt-headset-fix
I use Yurbuds Ironman Inspire Black In-Ear Sport Headphones, purchased at a TELUS store and they work perfectly well as regular earphones when I want privacy as well as in the proper mode including the mic function with my iPhone 5s and they should also work with an iPhone 6.
If you are using a MacBook with a single 3.5mm jack, you need to make sure you are using the TRRS cable from Sennheiser. That's the one that will have 3 narrow bands on the shaft of the jack (stereo/left, stereo/right, microphone, and ground). Is that how your Siberia works? Single cable?
I don't think that this is possible. If one has a Bluetooth headset connected with his iPhone, all audio will be played through the headset, not the iPhone. You can keep the devices paired and disconnected and that will save a lot of time when you switch to and from bluetooth headsets. Since the software won't do what you hoped, an option would be to look ...
Well. Everything's working fine now. I just had to hit it hard (no jokes) And it's working like charm, even after all the time. I found out that this Mac is pretty old, maybe water wasn't even the case.
I just succeded getting out silica bead from my earphone port. I just crush them with the tiny screwdriver carefully, and the bead just crush to little pieces..and easily clean the port by turning the port inside down, to let the fraction out
Could definitely be hardware related. Try testing out the headphone audio in a new "test" user account. If it continues, its most likely hardware. If its still under warranty I would take it into the Genius Bar and have them test / replace the logic board. You can check the warranty status here. https://checkcoverage.apple.com
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